Movement Electronic Music Festival
Mark your calendars. From auto racing and design to innovators in tech and music, Detroit is playing host to a variety of awesome events in 2015.
Besides the Redbull, hula-hoops and glow sticks, the Movement Electronic Music Festival is all about the techno.
Tens of thousands of people will flood downtown this weekend for Detroit’s annual electronic musical festival.
Producers Wednesday announced 45 additional artists, filling out the lineup for the 2014 Movement Electronic Music Festival in Detroit.
The 2014 Movement Electronic Music Festival makes its way back to Detroit’s Hart Plaza on Memorial Day weekend, May 24-26
St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival is scheduled to make its U.S. debut – could you take a guess at which city it might be headed to? No, it’s not the “typical” cities, New York City or Los Angeles – they’ve chosen Detroit. St. Jerome’s annual Laneway Festival – that grew out of Australia and became one of the biggest musical festivals in the world – will celebrate this year here in Metro Detroit at the Meadow Brook Music Theater on Saturday, September 14th.
“If you say you don’t like electronic music, but you’re listening to a Taylor Swift remix in your car and you’re tapping your toe, you’re listening to electronic music. I mean, there’s no way around it,” said Fotias.
A Detroit hospital saw an increase in drug overdose cases from so-called “rave” drugs during the Movement Electronic Music Festival, over Memorial Day weekend.
Organizers say the downpour of rain put them behind, and they have been working around the clock to have everything ready when the gates open up Saturday at noon.
Movement Electronic Music Festival comes to Detroit every Memorial Day weekend — bringing international fans and artists to Hart Plaza. What’s special about this years’ lineup? A little birdie has given us the details. Step Outside Of […]